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When selling a product online — whether it’s clothing or jewelry, a tech gadget, a cookbook, sports equipment, or just about anything else — not only is it important to have a quality item that customers will be satisfied with, but it’s equally vital to showcase the product in the most professional way possible. That means no clutter or any other distractions that will take the attention away from your selling piece. Here are a few ways to make your products pop on Etsy, eBay, or any other marketplace online. Don’t post without them!

It’s been a month, PicsArtists. From new products and features to spooky tutorials and cozy fall content, it’s hard to believe that October has already come and gone. That’s why we put together a review of our favorite October moments on PicsArt. The month of changing leaves, shorter days and spooky decorations brought us some incredible edits. Here are some of our favorite moments. New On PicsArt via PicsArt Fall brushes and scenes officially brought us out of the sunny days of summer and into spooky season. We can practically feel the leaves crunching beneath our feet as we use these colorful, Autumn-themed tools that just arrived to PicsArt! via PicsArt Calling all 90s babies! We’re tuning in to our favorite decade for throwback trends with four unique image filters, each of them dedicated to a different year in the 1990s.Whether you rocked the grunge look or strutted your stuff…

If you haven’t seen it yet, you have probably heard it from friends and family: Hill House, this year’s most notable Halloween Netflix series, is a must-watch. From haunted houses to eerie childhood memories, the show has all of the classic horror film staples placed in a modern setting. Aside from keeping you awake at night, the haunted house Netflix series offers some seriously cool Halloween edit inspiration. Get ready to channel your inner ghosts, because you can recreate the series’ iconic cover in just a few steps with our latest tutorial. via PicsArt The series follows the children of Shirley Jackson’s classic novel, The Haunting of Hill House, as they journey through life (literally) confronting the ghosts of their pasts. Some of these ghosts lurk in their minds, and some lurk in dark nights, alleyways, and behind closed doors. The only thing that brings everything together is the childhood…

Have you ever wished that your stickers could say more? Finished an edit you loved by wished it had just a little something extra? You’re not alone. Social media is constantly evolving to create new and innovative ways for people to tell their stories. Here at PicsArt, we believe that story should be as dynamic as our creative community behind them. That’s why we are so excited to introduce Live Stickers, released last month at KCON USA LA. Get ready to go beyond the world of static stickers. Our Beta Live Stickers are here, and will completely change the way you tell your story. What Are Live Stickers? Live Stickers let you capture any moment and turn it into a dynamic sticker for you to edit, save and share. Simply use your camera to capture everything from a funny moment with your friends, or a crazy street performance on your…

We have the perfect twist to bring to your images, PicsArtists. Mirror effect images are back and trendier than ever. We’re seeing everything from flipped landscapes to artsy double trouble selfies. Nothing makes a statement quite like a mirrored image, and we’re here to show you how to create your own in just a few easy steps! via PicsArt via PicsArt We have a tutorial to show you just how to achieve your perfect mirror effect edit. Follow the steps outlined here and you’ll be seeing double in no time! via PicsArt You’re ready to flip, reflect and turn your images around! Don’t forget to add the tag #MirrorEffect so everyone can see your work. PicsArt photo editor, collage maker and sticker maker is a totally new kind of creative community, with over 100M+ monthly users. PicsArt has collaborated with brands like Dior, Jared Leto’s band Thirty Seconds To Mars…

Selena Gomez recently released a music video for her single “Back to You” and according to the internet, it’s going to be the song of the summer! One thing we noticed about it? All. Those. Visuals. With some major foreign film vibes and a hint of a technicolor feels–we could not get enough! To celebrate all of these awesome “Back to You” visuals, we’re going to show you how to create a technicolor GIF instead of our typical photo edit. Read on to see how to use both PicsArt and GifsArt to create a Selena Gomez inspired gif! via PicsArt Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor and tap on the Effects tool. Select the Colors tab and tap on the Colorize option. Adjust the hue to a color that you like, tap Apply, then tap on the arrow…

You have every stat bookmarked. You know all them major players by first name. You’d travel across the world for the chance to watch your home team take the infamous gold cup. We know what true football fans look like here at PicsArt. Now, you can show everyone that you mean business in the tournament by following our new Flag Face Tutorial! This is your chance to take part in the festivities and create your very own world football edit. With this new video tutorial, you can go full-on football fanatic by overlaying your country’s flag over your face. Let the games begin! PicsArt photo editor, collage maker and sticker maker is a totally new kind of creative community, with over 100M+ monthly users. PicsArt has collaborated with brands like Dior, Jared Leto’s band Thirty Seconds To Mars and Lindsey Stirling. Supermodels Izabel Goulart, Doutzen Kroes, and Natalia Vodianova have…

The internet has officially labeled “One Kiss” by Dua Lipa and Calvin Harris as the song of the summer and we couldn’t agree more. The song itself is catchy and the music video gives off major heat. With steamy retro and tropical vibes, it’s the perfect feel good anthem to blast poolside. Since we can’t get enough of it, we decided to create a “One Kiss” photo edit that has all of those tropical retro vibes in one photo. Read on to see how to use PicsArt photo editor and collage maker to create your own “One Kiss” photo edit. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the editor and tap on the Cutout icon. Outline yourself using your finger or the portrait selection option, then tap on the arrow in the top right corner. Refine your cutout as necessary, then…

Today’s edit is in honor of spring and all of the beautiful ?flowers? poppin’ up around this time of year. It also uses the new brush tool (a favorite here at PicsArt), and is honestly so easy. Seriously, it’s only four steps! With pastel colors and gorgeous floral patterns, you cannot go wrong with this tutorial! Read on to see how to use PicsArt photo editor and collage maker to create your own floral collage. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open a solid colored background in the photo editor and tap on the “Add Photo” icon to add your photo. Center it in the middle of the page, then tap Apply. Tap on the new Brushes tool and select the pink flower brush. Paint it all over your photo, switching up the size of the brush for variety. Tap Apply to continue. Tap…

Ariana Grande’s #NoTearsLeftToCry music video came out last week and the world is obsessed. So, of course we had to dedicate an edit to this wonderful, feel good anthem! Embrace your inner Ariana Grande with this dreamy kaleidoscope effect photo editing tutorial. Follow the steps below to create a kaleidoscope photo collage that will transform your photos into magical, yet elegantly chaotic masterpieces. Download PicsArt photo editor and collage maker for iOS, Android, or Windows. Open your photo in the photo editor. Tap on the Tools icon and select the Cutout Tool. Outline your image then tap the arrow in the top right corner. If necessary, tap on the paintbrush or eraser icons at the bottom to refine your selection. Tap on “Save.” Tap the back arrow at the center of the top toolbar to go back to your original photo then tap the paintbrush icon to open the Drawing…